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post #11 of 16
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I've only had them in baked goods.

post #12 of 16
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Does anyone of any suggestions for my last post? I don't know what to do. I had no idea that laying eggs would cause this much of a mess. I want to cry.

post #13 of 16

Sorry, I do not keep house ducks for pretty much this reason.

Incubator Cam is LIVE once again! (see the thread)

My Flock: 5 ducks, 2 drakes - All Saxonies.

See my blog post on how to hatch duck eggs!

Follow my flock on instagram and on my blog herouxpotager.com

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Incubator Cam is LIVE once again! (see the thread)

My Flock: 5 ducks, 2 drakes - All Saxonies.

See my blog post on how to hatch duck eggs!

Follow my flock on instagram and on my blog herouxpotager.com

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post #14 of 16
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I have to clean her a lot. Sure different from my male Muscovy. Oh well. She's such a sweetie and gets along with us and our other pets. I love letting her walk around at night. Getting ready to give her a bath. She enjoys that, too.

post #15 of 16
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How often do the muscovy ducks lay eggs? She has laid one egg a day for the last 3 weeks and today nothing. Is she egg bound? How can you tell if they are? Worried. She's an only duck and her eggs are not fertile.

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And what can I use for a sore mark she has near her oil gland? She wears a diaper harness and picks at it and has irritated her skin. I want to heal it before it gets worse. Any suggestions? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Yes.....it's a Muscovy duck.

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